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Note on original reel: "I. (a) Interview with Private Lockman - on Sunday 1967-11-27, day before his trial (b) 1968-09-18 Frank Eugene Boyle, two airmen - leaders of GI-Vets March for Peace (c) 2:30 'Jack Robinson and the Marines': A documentary about Jock Robinson, who went AWOL in June 1968, was one of nine servicemen arrested, chained to nine ministers in an anti-draft demonstration in July 1968, and went on a hunger strike in jail in October. (30) (d) 11:15 'The Stockholm Deserters': Mary Hamilton of 'The Guardian' talks with six American deserters in Stockholm about the difficulties of desertion and of life in a foreign country. Afterwards, two of the deserters discuss their lives, ideals and disappointments (WBAI) (30) (e) 1969-12-14 7:00 'GI's and Veterans Against the War and the Military' A colloquium, with 10 veterans (one currently in the military) speaking at Oakland Technical High School on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 14, 1969. The program was part of the Vietnam Moratorium activity of Dec 13-14, and was organized by Venterans for Peace. (120 mins) (f) 1969-01-24 'A Report on the Presidio Stockade' (from the white mkr. to mkr. (B)) The GI (in formation) from Jan 24, 1969 Surplus Prophets. II. (a) 1969 'Raid on GI Help': Paul Obluda and Seldon Osborne of the war resisters league talk about the police, military raid on GI Help office in San Francisco on Friday night, November 21st, and Mr. Osborne talks about his arrest there. Interview conducted by Lincoln Bergman (30) (b) 8:30 'Dr. Howard Levy, Organizer': Dr. Howard Levy, who spent almost three years in prison for refusing to train Special Forces personnel for the Army, talks to Denny Smithson about his experiences. The interview was recorded Nov. 16, 1969 (60) (c) 1970-01-15 Walt McMahon of Veterans for Peace speaks at Moratorium (M.L. King Memorial) rally in S. F. (d) 1970-01-16 'American in Exile - in Japan' (e) Joesph Heller, author of 'Catch 22' and 'We Bombed in New Haven' - a 1971 interview (f) 10:30 '(For Young Men) Warning: The Draft May be Dangerous to Your Health' - military reserves - second program."